Of all the beautiful natural areas in New Hampshire, Lake Winnipesaukee stands on its own as the largest lake in the state as well as being home to all the fun that comes with the title. There are plenty of campgrounds, house rentals, and hotels available for those wanting to have an extended stay on the lake. There’s plenty to do for day trippers too!

Families have visited Lake Winnipesaukee for years, and Weirs Beach is one of the many reasons why. This fun-filled area offers pristine beaches, exciting boardwalks, and lots of good food. Children will love the mini golf course, penny arcades, and bumper cars. If that doesn’t keep them entertained, drive over to the Weirs Beach Drive-in Theater for a movie experience everyone in the family will enjoy.

For the explorers out there, Lake Winnipesaukee houses over two hundred islands full of lush vegetation and a great view of the water. If you don’t have a boat of your own, rent anything from a canoe to a paddleboard from a local vendor, like Wild Meadow Canoe & Kayack. Lessons are available for those new to the sport.

Would you prefer a more laidback way to explore the waters of Lake Winnipesaukee? Need a rest from all that outdoor activity? Get a ticket for a scenic cruise on Winnipesaukee Belle, a charming boat with two decks and a full bar.

If you want to get a great view from above the Lake Winniepsaukee region, a local resort offers a chance to take a canopy tour. Or, set out on a nature walk or hike while learning all about the complex and diverse landscape of New Hampshire at Prescott Farm. Lake Winnipesaukee also offers a museum in a preserved 1800’s cabin colony, allowing you to see how people lived hundreds of years ago while learning all about New Hampshire’s past.

Whether you visit Lake Winnipesaukee for a day or rent a house with family and friends for a longer stay in the area, you’re sure to enjoy your time at our favorite spot in New Hampshire’s historic Lakes Region. Please use our website to make sure your trip is all that it could be.